Hotel Al Kalaa
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... lots of people open up their houses as hotels (200 hotels here!) and open up cafes offering a European menu when really they should just stick to what they know and do that well.....tagines!
... blue and white, very fresh and pretty and the lanes run every which way. We were very glad we had a guide otherwise we might still be wandering around lost inside the wall. The guide was a bit of a character. We think he was used to having an audience of fifty or maybe he thought we were all deaf because he shouted the whole time.
Next we jumped back in our car, the guide on his moped ...
... she has called us the “chosen ones”.
We didn’t feel that chosen this morning as we had to get up, get packed and our tents down by 6am ready to catch the 9am ferry over to Ceuta. Ceuta is Spanish owned so is the
easiest crossing to take. The crossing took about an hour, we had a slight issue getting off the ferry as some of the group had borded the truck and then ...
... a massage from a Spanish lady who works the area for 200 Dirhams Walked down to the town square for dinner - the cats here are very Oriental in looks with long ears and tails At one stage we had 9 of them under the table, looking longingly at me for ...
... to not accept any of these tantalizing offers), and then the tannery shop, where as Nadine was already in the process of purchasing a leather bag, presumably for far more than it was really worth, the guy she was buying it from rather brazenly insisted Lyle give some extra money to the guy on the chair, yeah, that guy over there, because, you know, he works there. Or something. Northern Morocco in a nutshell.
Which is why by that time we had ...